[Chicago-talk] Looking for browser-based charting through Perl
sean at blanton.com
Fri Aug 27 05:14:57 PDT 2010
On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 8:22 PM, Mike Raffety <MikeRaffety at earthlink.net>wrote:
> I've been pretty happy with what GD::Graph can do, very easy and flexible.
Thanks - I'll check that out as well. One attractive feature of the
have some areas where this might be the thing to get me up and running and
are likely to stay all-perl.
> Sean Blanton wrote, On 8/26/2010 9:19 AM:
>> I followed this month's exchange on Google Visualizations, but that's
>> out for me since it requires internet connectivity. What other packages
>> modern way to go. What about Protovis?
>> I basically want to pull data from a database and chart it with Perl -
>> time series, scatter plots, bar graphs - simple things on a local
>> network. Chrome browser. It's possible I might want to do something more
>> interesting later down the road.
>> Not being a web guy, what general approach would you recommend? I
>> breathe Moose, DBI, XML and infrastructure every day, but not so
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